(CNN) — If you are planning to go to Walt Disney World in 2023; Next year’s tickets can still be purchased at current rates until December 8. At that time, the prices of most types of tickets were single-day tickets; Prices will increase by ticket type, including multi-day passes. Annual pass renewal.
Florida State The company’s flagship resort in Orlando raised ticket prices in February, marking the second time in a calendar year that entry to the “most magical place on earth” has become more expensive.
A Disney spokesperson said this is due to continued strong demand and significant investment across the company’s theme parks in recent years.
one day The current price for a park pass is between $109 and $159, depending on demand. But starting December 8th, that portion will also depend on the park you visit. Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios are both 12% more expensive than three of the four most expensive parks to visit.
One day until December 8 Park tickets are:
Disney’s Animal Kingdom: $109 to $159 (same as today)
Disney’s Hollywood Studios: $124-$179
Magic Kingdom Park: $124-$189
As such, all-day ticket purchasers do not need to make a park reservation for that day without park hopping. Park reservations are still required for all other ticket types.
Various ticket prices
Disney notes that the maximum value of an all-day park ticket of $189 is valid only for the Magic Kingdom for nine days during the week from Christmas through New Year’s. Magic Kingdom is the most visited theme park in the world and the most famous of the four parks at Walt Disney World.
Park reservations for Magic Kingdom are currently open through Christmas Eve 2022. Not available for Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve.
Mouse Savers Inc., a website that tracks discounts and deals at Disney parks. Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the next most popular theme park because of Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, said Don Munsil, president and co-owner of Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
He said the park-specific price changes are related to demand management.
“Their bottleneck is often the Magic Kingdom. A lot of people want to come to the Magic Kingdom. And Disney spreads people out and wants to try other parks. And they’ve tried to keep the price point the same. It all sounds good, but I don’t think anyone’s ever bought that idea,” he said.
Munsil said the lower day rates at other parks are attracting people to them.
Prices will also increase for multi-day tickets, but a Disney spokesperson did not provide specific pricing details.
“We continue to focus on providing guests with the best, most memorable Disney experience, and we’re doing that by growing our parks with incredible new attractions and offerings,” the spokesperson said.
“We’re making planning even easier with new 1-day tickets that automatically include guests’ theme park reservations, and continue to provide more options for visiting year-round. Four years.”
The $109 ticket is valid for Animal Kingdom only and is available at 20 days of the year during low season. These tickets are usually available in late August and September.
Those looking to hop between parks on the same day will find that “park hopping” pricing varies by date. Starting Dec. 8, park hoppers will remain at $65 on some dates, but other dates will see higher rates.
Every year the ticket prices go up.
Prices are also going up for most of Walt Disney World’s annual pass renewals. Three of Walt Disney World’s four annual passes, which are available for renewal only, will increase in price by $100 starting Dec. 8.
The price of the Disney Pixie Dust Pass will remain the same at $399. There may be new sales for the Pixie Dust Pass at the moment.
Incredi-Pass; New sales for Sorcerer Pass and Pirate Pass are paused. But the prices are going up as follows: Incredi-Pass will go up by $100 to $1,399. Sorcerer will increase by $70 to $969; The Pirate Pass will go up by $50 to $749. Renewal fares with these tickets are offered at a discount.
Tom Bricker, co-founder of DisneyTouristBlog.com, said Disney World fans are frustrated with the cost-cutting methods and ever-increasing prices the company has used to make visitors to its parks more boring.
“However, pent-up demand remains strong and the parks are crowded. Now, investors and analysts question how Disney will manage a recession or recession. To maintain strong turnover numbers or high prices and various disappointments will alienate lifelong fans and cause irreparable brand damage.”
Changes to meal reservations
The resort is also changing its dining reservation policy effective immediately. Reservations can be canceled up to two hours without cancellation, except for three locations. Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue; Victoria and Albert’s and Monsieur Paul’s will maintain a penalty cancellation policy of up to 24 hours in advance.
State of California Disneyland in Anaheim has similar changes planned for food reservations.
“Disneyland Resort plans to update our dining reservation policy to allow same-day cancellations later this month,” Disneyland officials said, adding that cancellations are allowed up to two hours in advance.
But unlike Walt Disney World in Florida; The California resort still requires park reservations for all passholders, and will keep it at a $65 rate to hop between parks.
At that time, Both resorts have increased prices on merchandise such as Genie+ skip-the-line service and custom-built light sabers and droids. Disney World has raised prices on hundreds of food items.
Disney has invested more than $31 billion in new guest experiences over the past decade.
Top photo: Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom park on July 30, 2022. (Octavio Jones/Reuters)